BlackBerry may still have a presence in the enterprise, but among consumers it's a non-starter. At least there's nowhere to go but up.
Market-research firm IDC says that tablet shipments grew 28.2 percent in the fourth quarter of 2013. That's a far cry from the 75.3 percent growth in sales during the 2012 fourth quarter.
While there's no word on exact release timing, HTC says certification should be complete this week.
At long last, Glass can double as proper glasses.
The next refresh of Windows will place more emphasis on desktop-friendliness, and it's said to be right around the corner.
Expect the legal setbacks to net neutrality to further complicate the matter of slower speeds when using BitTorrent.
"Tell Me" is kind of like Clippy, but actually useful.
A Web developer has detailed how Chrome's speech recognition feature can be exploited to keep listening in on your conversations.
The latest Next Unit of Computing is still tiny, it's just not as tiny as it was before.
The new champion isn't much better, though.
Verizon tweaked the trade-in timing of its Edge plan, but the cost is still sky-high.
It's unclear when this Chromebook will be more widely available, but expect online sales to begin soon.
A small number of Fitbit Force users have developed blisters or nasty rashes. Should you be worried?
Users of these phones can now reply directly to incoming text messages by voice.